Xavier Institute of Communications (XIC), Mumbai was established in 1969, by the Catholic Bishops' Conference of India to develop scholarship and professionalism in the media. It is a professional media centre which offers a variety of services in training and production. XIC is an autonomous educational unit of the Bombay. The St. Xavier's College Society Trust, which comprises St. Xavier's College, the Institute of Management, the Institute of Counseling and the Heras Institute of Indian History and Culture. XIC ranks among the biggest non-government media centres in Asia. It is presently managed by the Society of Jesus (Jesuits) of the Bombay province.
Campus of Xavier Institute of Communications –
The Institute is at two locations; the St. Xavier's College campus and the St. Xavier's High School campus, Mumbai.
Why Choose Xavier Institute of Communications?
Xavier Institute of Communications has built up a solid reputation for the quality of its professional courses.
XIC's students are much sought after by newspapers, advertising agencies, public relations houses and others in corporate communication.
It believes in making media skills and communications studies available to all who wish to learn.
Telexic is the distance education program, available and affordable to the adult learner everywhere.
Facilities at Xavier Institute of Communications –
Media Resource Centre
Courses offered by Xavier Institute of Communications, Mumbai
Xavier’s Institute of Communication (XIMC) is all set to commence a formal post-graduate diploma course in C4D. For the first time in India this kind of course will be offered. Several public awareness campaigns have taken place in the recent years. However, C4D course is different. UNICEF...
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